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On 18th May at 9:15 in lecture hall Rydbergsalen, Olof Hultin will publicly defend her doctoral thesis. Title: “Nanostructures for Optoelectronics - Device Fabrication and Characterization”Faculty opponent: Dr. Walter Riess,...[more]


On Friday May 25th 2018 at 9:15, Yang Chen will defend his thesis: "III-V Nanowire Array Solar Cells: Optical and Electrical Modelling" in Rydbergsalen at the Department of Physics. Faculty opponent will be...[more]


On Friday March 23rd 2018 at 9:15, Luna Namazi will defend her thesis: "From understanding to realizing novel III-Sb materials via nanowires" in Rydbergsalen at the Department of Physics. Faculty opponent will be Dr....[more]


On Friday March 16th 2018 at 14:15, Stefan Holm will defend his thesis: "Microfluidic Cell and Particle Sorting using Deterministic Lateral Displacement" in Rydbergsalen at the Department of Physics. Opponent will be...[more]


On Friday March 16th 2018 at 09:15, Gaute Otnes will defend his thesis: " III-V Nanowire Solar Cells: Growth and Characterization" in Rydbergsalen at the Department of Physics. Faculty opponent will be Dr Sarah Kurz,...[more]


Professor Kimberly Dick Thelander from the Solid State Physics has been awarded the 2018 Edlund Prize and the Lindbomska award from the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, for her cutting ­edge research on new...[more]


A group of researchers based at Solid State Physics recently reported on the first nanowire photodetector sensitive to long-wavelength infrared radiation. The infrared response from 3 to 20 μm is enabled by intersubband...[more]


On Friday Febuary 9th 2018 at 09:30, Zhen Li will defend her thesis: " Mechanosensing Using GaInP Nanowires" in Rydbergsalen at the Department of Physics. The opponent will be Professor Monica Cotta from University of...[more]


Lund Nano Lab is one of the six laboratories at the Faculty of Engineering (LTH), which is part of LTH’s Open Door project. The LTH Open Door initiative, officially inagurated on January 18, 2018, aims at providing access to...[more]


A team of NanoLund scientists led by Kimberly Dick Thelander has been awarded 34,2 MSEK over five years for the project "Controlled atomic scale 3D ordering for exotic electronic phases". The grant was awarded by...[more]


Two new nanofabrication facilities are scheduled to be built in Science Village Scandinavia neighboring MaxIV and ESS. One laboratory will be a bigger version of the Lund University run Lund NanoLab which is dedicated to...[more]


European Workshop on Label Free Particle Sorting will take place at Medicon Village in Lund, 5-6 September 2017. The workshop aim to utilise the comprehensive network and solid experience to put to use several microfluidics...[more]


On Friday June 2nd 2017 at 13:00, Mahtab Aghaeipour Kolyani will defend her thesis: " Tailoring the Optical Response of III-V Nanowire Arrays" in Rydbergsalen at the Department of Physics. The opponent will be Professor...[more]


On Friday June 22nd 2017 at 09:15, Linus Ludvigsson will defend his thesis: " Physical Characterization of Engineered aerosol Particles" in Rydbergsalen at the Department of Physics. Faculty opponent is Lutz Mädler from...[more]


On Friday June 3rd at 09:00 Neimantas Vainorius will defend his thesis: " Optical Studies of Polytypism in GaAs Nanowires " in Rydbergsalen at the Department of Physics. Faculty opponent will be Professor Gerhard...[more]


On Friday 28th April at 9:15 Karl Adolfsson will defend his thesis, entitled ”GaP and GaInP Nanowires as Model Particles for in Vivo Fiber Toxicity Studies” Faculty opponent is Professor Ulla Vogel, Det Nationale Forskningscenter...[more]


Today’s computers use vast amounts of electric power – so much so that the inability to cool the processors actually hampers the development of more powerful computers. In addition, they cannot do two things at the same time,...[more]


Researchers of Solid State Physics, in collaboration with the group of Stefan Hell at the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen, have published an article in Nano Letters showing that nanowires can be imaged...[more]


The Swedish Research Council has decided to support a project lead by Jonas Tegenfeldt on diagnosing disease such as sleeping sickness and malaria in remote locations with the help of a nanotechnology based device coupled to a...[more]


Lund Nano Lab and NanoLund proudly present the new, interactive 3D tour of Lund Nano Lab which is organisationally part of Solid State Physics. Walk around in the clean room facilities from your desk and get an overview of the...[more]

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